Monthly Archives: April 2016

The OECD often provides some really interesting data for people to examine.  I enjoyed seeing how pay and working hours were connected across various countries.Daily chart: Teachers’ pay and working hours in the OECD | The Economist

Teachers’ pay and hours worked differ widely throughout the OECD Source: Daily chart: Teachers’ pay and working hours in the OECD | The Economist

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It is great to live in a time where education is starting to be valued as a way to change the world. Dalai Lama on Twitter: “The time has come for us to consider seriously how to change our way of life not through prayer or religious teaching, but through education”

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9 Elephants in the Room That Should Unsettle Us

So many teachers know what works and what does not work when teaching.  However, we also now that there is a disconnect with what we have to do in class and what we know is effective.  This is a good … Continue reading

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Who Teaches The Teachers?

This is an interesting read regarding how future educators are being prepared for classrooms they will teach in.  The ongoing debate of peer reviewed articles vs text books vs blogs vs everything else continues. Personally, I believe that practitioners need … Continue reading

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